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Training and Eating With the Strongest Girl In CrossFit, Kelsey Kiel, Anders Varner, and Doug Larson — Barbell Shrugged #421

Kelsey Kiel is a collegiate soccer player turned soccer coach. When she graduated in 2009, Kelsey moved into coaching soccer at the youth and collegiate levels. Kelsey stumbled into a CrossFit class in 2014 and the rest is history. After about a...

Adrian Conway: One Ton Challenge, 3 CF Games Podiums, and Building a Supplement Business in CrossFit w/ Adrian Conway, Anders Varner, and Doug Larson— Barbell Shrugged #419

Adrian Conway has always been self-driven to succeed. His early passion for training and dedication to team sports brought him all the way to college football, where he was a running back at Weber State University. In 2008, Conway’s focus on...

Best Wearable for Tracking Recovery w/ WHOOP Elite Performance Manager Mike Lombardi, Anders Varner, and Doug Larson — Barbell Shrugged #418

WHOOP is the performance tool that is changing the way people track their fitness and optimize their training. WHOOP provides a wrist worn heart rate monitor that pairs to their app that provides analytics and insights on recovery, strain, and sleep...

Eating, Training, and Triple Days in Prep for the 2020 Olympics w/ Wes Kitts, Anders Varner, and Doug Larson and Jackie Perez – Barbell Shrugged — Barbell Shrugged #417

Wes Kitts, 2018 and 2019 Pan American Olympic weightlifting champion. Kitts was born in Knoxville, TN where he played high school soccer and football before going on to play Division 1AA football for Austin Peay State University. He began his...

Sprinting Into the Fire: The Story of Savage Barbell w/ CEO and Founder Dave Gallagher, and hosts Anders Varner, Doug Larson and John Swanson – Barbell Shrugged — Barbell Shrugged #416

Dave Gallagher is the owner of Savage Barbell.  Savage Barbell is not his full time job. Dave is a full time fire fighter in Southern California and runs Savage on his days off from the fire station. He started Savage...

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